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Outsider in the women miss world cup cyclo-cross after a heavy fall in Hoogerheide

Jolanda Neff keep its crash of last Sunday in Hoogerheide, a broken collarbone and elbow. The Swiss will have more this weekend the world CHAMPIONSHIP cyclo-cross miss. That notifies them via social media. Neff came on the bevel in Hoogerheide fall after Pauline Ferrand-Prévot slipped. The toll is heavy for the world champion mountain bike.

“Current situation: linkersleutelbeen broken, rechterelleboog broken, but the worst is my broken heart,” she writes on Instagram. “It hurts so much that I the world cup will have to miss. I find no words for. I felt so ready for it. The only good thing is that Pauline is not injured himself. I am so, so happy to. Myself pain do is one thing, but I would myself never forgive to someone else to hurt. I have so much respect for her and I hope that she is well doing.”

The Swiss must also have undergone surgery on the collarbone. “Perhaps I miss the first race of the season in South Africa, like the Cape Epic. Perhaps I am back in the world Cup in Albstadt.”

The fractures also have their impact on the BIKE-season from Neff. “I undergo a surgery on the clavicle but will probably be the opener of the world Cup in South Africa to have to miss, like the Cape Epic. I will be back at the world Cup in Albstadt, in my rainbow.”

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